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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Frequently Asked Questions - AquaBells:

Q: What is the Cost?

A: AquaBells Dumbbells retail cost is - $49.99

AquaBells Ankle Weights retail cost is- $29.99

AquaBells Combo Set, Special Offer (Dumbbells and Ankle Weights) - $69.99

AquaBells Cold Pack - $14.99

AquaBells Minis Dumbells - $42.99

Q: How do they come?

A: AquaBells are available as follows:

AquaBells Dumbbells come as a set, two dumbbells w/8 weights (up to 32lbs.) 16 lbs per Dumbbell and they weigh only 24 oz. when collapsed. The set includes two 13" long bars, two bolts per bar, with soft cushioned grip handles and eight fillable weights. AquaBells Ankle Weights come as an 8 lb. set, and they weigh up to 4lbs. each, and the set weighs only 8 oz. when collapsed. AquaBells Minis come as a set, two dumbbells w/8 weights (up to 16 lbs) 8 lbs per dumbbell.

Q: Do AquaBells take up a lot of room in your luggage?

A: No. The Dumbbells are so compact they collapse flat and can even fit into a briefcase! The Ankle Weights are so portable they can fit into a fanny pack!

Q: Can you keep water in the weights for a long time?

A: Yes, however you may need to refill occasionally to maintain the desired weight. 

Q: Are they adjustable?

A: Yes! Just fill the AquaBells with your desired weight. For Dumbbells you can put 2 weights on each bar , which can weigh up to 8 lbs. per bar, or you can put all 4 on each bar, which can weigh up to 16 lbs. per bar. The Ankle Weights are adjustable by the amount of water you fill them with, they can go up to 4 lbs. each. For AquaBells Minis you can also put 2 weights on each bar, which can weigh up to 4 lbs per bar, or you can put all 4 on each bar, which can weigh up to 8lbs. per bar.

Q: How are they filled?

A: For the Dumbbells and Minis pull open the valve of the weights and place under a small steady stream of water in the bathroom or kitchen sink. Fill to the desired weight and just push in the valve. You then secure them on the cushioned bars. Same procedure for the Ankle Weights, simply fill to your desired weight and attach with the comfortable Velcro straps.

Q: How long do they take to fill?

A: A few minutes.

Q: How long do they take to empty?

A: Seconds.

Q: Can AquaBells be used in the water?

A: Yes, AquaBells are provide excellent resistance workouts when used in the pool, you can also just inflate with air and they work perfectly!

Q: What is the AquaBells Guarantee?

A: We stand behind our products, AquaBells will be free of any defects from workmanship and normal use for 2 years, or they will be replaced!

Q: Return Policy

A:  AquaBells wants all of our customers to be fully satisfied with their purchase. AquaBells gladly accept returns for items in new and unused condition, with packaging intact and all product parts included, within 60 days of the order ship date for a full refund.

Q: Refunds and Processing

A: Refunds will be processed within approximately 7-10 business days after we receive your return. Original shipping charges are non-refundable.   

Frequently Asked Questions - Strength Training:

Q: What are some benefits for body building?

A: Strength training not only builds muscle, but also helps reduce body fat and increase bone mass.

Q: Is strength training only for the young?

A: Older people need it even more than the young, in order to counteract the decline in muscle strength that comes with aging, due to decreased activity. If you're over 50, strength training can be your best friend.

Q: Is strength training for men only?

A: Women more than men can benefit from strength training. Women are more likely to suffer from osteoporosis, which strength training can help prevent.

Q: Do women need a different program than men?

A: Women and men can follow the same program of exercises, designed for there body size and level of strength, not their gender.

Q: Is strength training very time consuming?

A: Strength training can be one of the fastest workouts, less time consuming than aerobic exercise like running or walking. Three 20 minute sessions a week (preferably not on consecutive days) will do the job.

Q: If you lift weights, is that all the exercise that you will need?

A: You still need to do aerobic exercise. One is not the substitute for the other. Doing both pays real dividends.

Q: Strength training, what is in it for you?

A: Stronger Muscles, which in turn mean stronger bones, thus reducing the risk of osteoporosis and fractures. An improvement in blood cholesterol levels. Lifting weight may also help control blood pressure and blood sugar. Less risk of injury during other activities. It may help correct muscle weakness and imbalances and joint instability. Improved self-esteem and self confidence. Added muscle and bone strength will benefit you in your daily activities, including sports and other exercises. May help weight control. Even if you don't loose weight, you'll become fitter and trimmer.